Charlie Condell has finished a record-setting bike trip around the world. The 18-year-old completed the trip in just 248 days in spite of having his bicycle stolen partway through the trip.
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Last year, Riley Morrison wrote to basketball star Stephen Curry, pointing out that his shoes weren't sold in girls sizes. Mr. Curry fixed the problem and went further. Now he and Riley have created a new shoe together.
A biker who was leading a women's bike race by two minutes was forced to stop when she nearly caught up with the group of men who had started the same race eight minutes earlier.
Star Wars fans in France got some good news recently - fighting with lightsabers has just officially become a sport in the country.
Mina Guli has run 62 marathons - one a day since early November. She planned to run 100 to focus attention on the world's growing water problems, but now she's broken her leg and can't go on.
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Magnus Carlsen held onto his title as world chess champion by beating Fabiano Caruana in tie-breaking rapid chess games during the world chess championship.
The US government has come out with new advice for Americans about how much exercise they should get each week. The main message is: "Move more. Sit less."
The World Chess Championships are tied after 12 games, and will be decided on Wednesday with short, fast games. The Women's World Chess Championships ended last Friday, also with tie-breaking speed chess.
On November 4, Ross Edgley became the first person to swim all the way around Great Britain. The trip took him more than five months, during which he never stepped on land.